Wimmer RS Porsche 997 GT2 RS

Wimmer RS has released this new Porsche 997 GT2 RS package for the 500 owners who are looking to reach the next level of performance. They have taken the 3.6-liter six cylinder engine and hooked it up with optimized turbochargers, ECU reprogramming, new camshafts, crankshaft, timing chains, pistons, connecting rods, a new fuel pump and 200-cell sport catalysts. With these extensive upgrades, the flat-six now develops around 1,006 horsepower and 1,108 Nm of torque.

Gemballa Porsche 911 Cabriolet S

The Porsche tuning experts at Gemballa have released a new package for the Porsche 911 Cabriolet S, also known as the 991. They are calling this the GT package which features a new aero kit along with some performance upgrades for the brakes. Body styling consists of a new front apron with spoiler, larger air vents up front, side skirts, rear bumper and diffuser that makes way for the triple exhaust tips from Gemballa.

Champion Motorsports Street Legal Porsche 911 RSR

If you still fancy the older Porsche 997 models over the new generation 991 like most of us do, then be sure to follow the Champion Motorsports tuning firm. They have used a 2011 Porsche 911 Turbo S and transformed it into the popular Porsche 911 GT3 RSR race car. However, this one is street legal! This isn’t just a bunch of bolt-on parts hooked up, they went all out to make this one-of-a-kind sports car truly unique.

TechArt Porsche 911 At Geneva Motor Show

Here is the TechArt tuned Porsche 911 that is now available for the public viewing in hall 2 at the Geneva Motor Show. They have put together a bold kit for both the Porsche 911 Carrera and Carrers S models. It consists of a new front spoiler with splitter, new aero wings for the front bumper air inlets, mirror covers, side skirts, rear spoiler and a new diffuser integrated with the bumper. A nice addition is the new quad tip exhaust system with oval styling that also features a valve control for the exhaust tone.

SpeedART Porsche 911 Upcoming At Geneva

The tuners at SpeedART have teased us with their latest package for the Porsche 911 set to display at the Geneva Motor Show. A new aero kit called the SP91-R which features some styling improvements up front and a CS rear wing out back. Customers will have the option of 20/21-inch LSC forged rims along with a new sport suspension if they’d like. Under the hood, SpeedART offers a new sports exhaust system and a re-programmed ECU to squeeze some extra power from the 3.4-liter boxer powerplant. This tuning provides an additional 25 PS and 20 newton meters of torque to the rear wheels.

Magnat Porsche 911 GT3 Snowmobile

A new package for the Porsche 911 GT3 has been released by the tuning company Magnat for owners looking to trick out their sports car. This styling and performance kit is called the Snowmobile from the colors featured on the exterior and interior. Magnat is typically a German audio specialist, however they have modified this Porsche 911 GT3 with several goodies. The exterior paint consists of a matte black trim with stripes running down the sides and center. A new set of Ultraleggera HLT CT by OZ Racing wheels measuring 19-inches give it an extra aggressive look, while wrapped in Yokohama Advan Sport tires sized 235/35/19 up front and 305/30/19 at the rear.

Singer Design Old Classic Porsche 911 With Modern Technology

Check out this 2011 Singer Porsche 911 custom built by the guys at Singer Vehicle Design. They have decided to re-create, and restore the old classic Porsche 911 models, from the pre-1994 series. Some nice pictures here show us what this late 70’s or early 80’s model Porsche 911 can look like with a little attention to detail. However, this restoration of the 911 can’t be considered authentic, because the tuners use custom made parts from carbon fiber and other powertrains to keep them up to par with today’s standards.

Sportec SPR1 FL Porsche 911

The Sportec tuning firm released the SPR1 FL based on the current 997 Porsche 911 Turbo with a facelift. It is the successor to the SPR1 R, featuring a new semi-sequential gearbox, LED taillights, rear bumper, and side mirrors. Performance numbers stayed relatively the same, however are still an impressive 858 PS and 880 Nm of torque. The new FL in the name comes from a Smooth Flow intake manifold holding two injectors per chamber. Other tuning performed is the addition of a carbon ram air intake, two hybrid turbos, and a performance intercooler.

RUF Porsche 911 RT 12 R

It’s been a while since RUF unveiled a new tuning kit, but they have now come to the lime light at the Geneva Motor Show with the RT 12 R based on the Porsche 911. The 3.8-liter twin-turbo Boxer engine received a nice power upgrade to 730 PS and 940 Nm of torque. A stunning gold and yellow paint job with black contrasting parts were used. The engine puts down the power through the six-speed manual transmission to the all-wheel-drive system. An optional rear-wheel-drive setting is available, but who would want to use that? The top speed for the RUF RT12 R is 370 km/h (230 mph), while the sports car weighs in at only 1495 kg (3295 lbs). Several carbon fiber parts make up the exterior styling, and we have the complete list after the jump.

Vorsteiner VRT Porsche 911

The Porsche 911 Turbo is an amazing car, and from the factory comes with a 3.8-liter twin-turbo flat-six engine producing 500 PS and 651 Nm of torque. This power was plenty enough for the tuners at Vorsteiner, however they are well known to push cars to the limit in terms of exterior styling. For this project, the tuning company installed their own body kit to improve the aerodynamics, and gave this Porsche 911 its full potential. It consists of a custom front fascia featuring new air intakes, side skirts, new rear bumper, and diffuser underneath. A larger spoiler was swapped out with the stock piece, saving weight with the new carbon fiber design and providing extra downforce for all that power.